Join us at the Art Mills for the
Beverages for Sale
A $200 cash award given to Best of Show at the Opening Reception
Type of Work:
All media are acceptable. All work must be the artist’s own original concept, design and execution, completed within the past 1-2 years, and not previously shown in the Arts Mill Gallery. Each piece must be clearly labeled on the back and properly framed or mounted and ready to hang. Framed pieces must have wire attached securely on the back for hanging, NO sawtooth or notchtooth hangers. Paintings or painted artwork must be completely dry. All matted works on paper must be behind glass or plexiglass.
Number of Entries:
The entry fee is $20. Each individual artist may submit up to 2 entries for $20.
There will be a $200 cash award given to Best of Show at the opening reception on December 2nd from 5-9pm.
Winter White Juror:
Melissa Dorn Richards
Visual Artist and MIAD’s Director of Cultural & Alumni Relations
The Arts Mill retains 30% of the price on all items sold during the exhibition. Please price work accordingly.
Schedule of Events:
Tuesday, November 29th: 11am-5pm
Drop off artwork at the Art Mills gallery, located on the 3rd Floor of the Arts Mill. Completed labels attached and $20 entry fee due with entries. Please make checks payable to NSAA. Call with any questions: (262) 377-3516.
Wednesday,November 30th: 11am-5pm
Pick up of any artwork not accepted into the show.
Friday, December 2nd: 5-9pm
Join us at the Art Mills for the Opening Celebration!!
Tuesday, January 24th, 2012: 11am-5pm
Artwork must be picked up by 5 pm. The Arts Mill will not be responsible for any artwork left after the pick up date.
Wow! Another project, just what I needed. Yup, I added another project to my already overload schedule. Funny thing, this one couldn’t be going smoother or be more fun! Sheri Bestor and I decided to open a sister site to North Shore Academy of the Arts, ARTS MILL. Its in the Village of Grafton.
Ten years ago, North Shore Academy of the Arts began in a quaint space in an old mill next to a river. Three rooms, a hand built stage, and a few classes. As the years went on, the offerings in the visual, performing and literary arts grew, offering quality enrichment programming to thousands of kids and adults in southeastern Wisconsin. A place that encourages, inspires and promotes creativity, NSAA has been an educational resource for those wishing to learn about the arts and themselves.
But after the learning, every artist also needs a place to do her art.
As 2011 celebrates the start of the next decade of programming, it also marks an exciting new expansion, one that has brought this non-profit organization full circle. Look at our web site to see more! http://www.theartsmill.org/v1/
I am on the Village of Grafton Arts Board. Here is a great opportunity for artist seeking exposure!
Banner Design/Art Proposals
The Village of Grafton’s Public Arts Board is requesting proposals from artists to design artwork for placement on 4 banners. The 18 inch by 36 inch banners will be suspended from street light posts in Grafton’s Paramount Plaza. The selected artist will be awarded $500. One completed design plus 3 additional sketches must be submitted by March 16 to the Grafton Village Hall. The art design must share some common design element as well as visually support the Village’s musical and cultural legacies of Paramount Record’s production of blues records from 1917 – 1932. To learn more about the banner project, see QualityLifeGrafton.com
So Strawberry Festival has passed, sculptures painted, now its time for DOG ART! The Village of Grafton held Art Bark. You know the gig, its where the give artist fiberglass animals, in this case DOGS, and artist’s make them magical! I submitted 2 designs. My 1st design Globally Grafton was chosen. The concept; the dog is covered in postcards from around the world with comments from well wishers to Grafton. The idea was born after watching Invictus. I loved the idea of that movie!! I was so inspired by the movie
, as was my son. The dog was matched with the Milwaukee Ale House. It was fun and colorful!